Implementing a CI/CD Pipeline
Technical tools course using Github, Ansible, and Jenkins giving DevOps team members the ability to automate an entire end-to-end CI/CD pipeline.
Building, testing, and deploying code can be complex and time-consuming. This three-day, instructor-led, hands-on, technical class provides the solution of how to create an automated CI/CD pipeline that builds, tests, and deploys code every time a developer pushes a code change, ensuring only high-quality and approved code gets deployed.
Developers don’t use isolated software tools, so why learn tools in isolation? This course combines the most widely used enterprise technologies into single, integrated, end-to-end pipelines. We’ll teach you git from the ground up so you can securely push code to a remote repository such as Github or Bitbucket. Then we’ll teach you how to configure servers using Ansible from code stored in git. Next, we’ll integrate git and Ansible with Jenkins CI/CD to build, test, and deploy your code into Staging and Production environments, creating an automated end-to-end DevOps pipeline.
If desired, private clients can substitute Bitbucket for Github and/or Chef for Ansible. It is also possible to expand the class duration to include Terraform and/or Docker. Find your solution with our DevOps Course Builder.
If you are using Azure DevOps Pipelines, please review the Implementing Azure DevOps Pipelines course.
Pra quem é esse curso?
- DevOps Engineers
- System Operations
- Code Developers
- Software Developers
- Quality Assurance Professionals
- Software Testers
- Product Owners
- Infrastructure Engineers
- Development Team Members
- Operations Team Members
- Project Managers
- Technical Product Managers
* Understand the purpose of infrastructure servers * Familiar with scripting of any kind * Experience working at the command line of Unix, Linux, or PowerShell * Experience with a text editor of any kind
- 01. O valor do curso é de $ 1440. O valor em real está sujeito à alteração devido à cotação do dólar no dia.
Detalhes dos Módulos
- 01. Technology Overview: t 1: Technology Overview Git – Source Control Management Chef – Configuration Management Jenkins – Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment
- 02. Git – Source Control Management: Purpose overview and use cases Git workflow Configuring git on your local machine Getting help with Git Local vs. Global vs. System configurations Basic Git Commands Creating local git repositories Branching and merging Using remote repositories Pushing code to Github using public and private SSH keys
- 03. Ansible – Configuration Management: Ansible purpose and use cases Architecture and call flow Ansible installation, configuration, and validation Control nodes and managed nodes Ansible managed hosts Host inventory; hosts and groups Repeatable code: Playbooks Introduction to YAML Modularizing code: Roles Ansible variables Dynamic configuration with facts Finding errors: Ansible unit testing Ensuring code quality: Ansible integration testing
- 04. Jenkins – Continuous Integration / Continuous Deployment: CI/CD overview, use cases and history Plugin architecture Initializing a Jenkins server Projects and jobs Freestyle jobs CI/CD as Code: Pipeline projects Declarative vs. scripted pipelines Jenkins Environment variables and parameters Distributed architecture: Master and agent nodes Views and Folders Managing credentials and secrets Integrating with git Source Control Management Triggers: Webhooks and Polling Notifications: Instant messaging and SMTP Email Approval inputs Testing Ansible playbooks in Jenkins Multibranch Pipelines: Reading entire repositories Conditional Logic Deploying Chef cookbooks with Jenkins: An automated end-to-end deployment pipeline
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